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Just Desserts #62890 06/18/10 08:26 AM
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Is there some way to get MAME to dump out this binary blob when you run the game?

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Not built-in, but it's not hard to add.

R. Belmont #62892 06/19/10 02:06 AM
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I guess ultimatly, even if someone did figure out how to run that binary blob, the fact that there is an MPEG chip in there means that it wont be emulated anytime soon smile

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This is M1 we're talking about though. smile

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Ehh, you're right. Doesn't look like Sony's ADPCM in any way.

Could it be this format?

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No, that format *is* Sony ADPCM.

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what about yamaha adpcm, AKA 'delta-T' aka 'smif-audio'? (same audio format ym2608/2610 and y8530 use)
That's a weird oddball one which just came up a few days ago on the list...

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There's a fricking MPEG decoder chip on the board. I'm pretty sure Konami wouldn't have gone to that expense for any kind of ADPCM. Also, unlike the Jaleco music games, Konami actually did care about audio quality.

smf and I are not gibbering morons. If it was any kind of half-standard ADPCM we would have recognized it.

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ok, I'll shut up now. sorry.

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Hey there.

I came here for a request as well, so I thought I might as well use that thread.

First of all, congratulations and many thanks to the creators of M1. It has not cease to be a source of enjoyment eversince I first tried it, and I don't think it will end soon. =)

Now, to the point. I've an avid VGM collector, and could recently listen to some music from Vasara and Vasara 2 on a shooting game compilation album, and loved it. Sadly, I noticed these games aren't supported yet by M1. I have no idea of how much effort it requires, but if it's not too much, I'd love to see them supported in the next release.

*With hope and thanking you guys again* wink

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Aw... See ya in 2010? ;_;

Aaaaand 5 years later and it's actually 2010 aha

any progress on Vasara ? :3

10 years later this time, I'm back. smile

Well, we have this now I guess, but felt like saying hi :p

https://vgmdb.net/album/88971

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